Running through the live setup for a look at some equipment you might need to obtain a live acoustic rig up and on the way!
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Bonus set of strings, picks, and a spare microphone.
Why does it look like you’re standing in front of green screen...?
How do you manage to create the words to and you into two syllable words, among another single syllable words?
Some of those tiny mixers will mount on a mic stand. Very handy.
Check a bag with separate compartments. Place the "spare" cables in one compartment. You PROBABLY won't need them, so why screw around with them on a day to day basis? On the rare occasion that you need one, THEN you break into the spare compartment and grab one. Option 2, hold a separate "spare" bag in your car. If a regular cable goes terrible, you run outside and obtain a spare, but why drag them around with you everywhere?
Thanks for the inspiration
Old guy here. Back in the early sixties we knew about minimal equipment. One of the bands I was in, we plugged in the mic, guitar and bass into a two channel fender bassman amp. It worked nice enough to test gigs with.
Nice video.... i did some shows back in the day... worked in Spain, for a several months doing gigs. PA system consistes of Mixing desk, Minidisc user, we had some cordless Mike's and we did all the songs with backing track's LOL crazy times. Had support carry those heavy speakers we use to have. Normally we would be the entertainment for the night at these 4 and 5 run hotels. Our present consisted mostly of up tempo Motown kind song.... thanks for your nice video Buddy. Nice Job
Are you using a active or passive PA?
Thanks for the video lad, I am going to obtain that yamaha also, I have a fender passport pa, I could be able to plug the mixer into the same idea right?
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